24 new languages spoken by more than 300 million people have been added to Google’s online translation platform Google Translate. Thus, the number of languages within the platform reached 133.
Giant technology company Google has added 24 more languages to its online translation service Google Translate, which is spoken by more than 300 million people.
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- He added the Lingala, Twi, and Tigrinya languages used in the African region, as well as the Sorani dialect of Kurdish.
THE NUMBER OF LANGUAGES BECAME 133
Bhojpuri, spoken by 50 million people in northern India, and Dhiveri spoken in the Maldives have also been added to Google’s translation platform.
Thus, the number of languages available on the platform reached 133.